JQuery :: Multiple Confirm() Dialogs For A Single Click Event?
Oct 14, 2009
Code like the below creates almost always more than one and sometimes as many as ELEVEN dialog boxes. This frustrating behavior doesn't seem to be affected at all by whether you choose "OK" or "Cancel".Is this a known issue and if so, is there a workaround?
I have installed Chinese IE 6.0 and these buttons still say Ok/Cancel. the rest of the browser (buttons, menus, etc...) is in Chinese except for these two stupid buttons. No one final question, whould having a reginonal OS installed make any difference. Right now I'm using an English OS but with the Chinese browser mentioned above.
I know how to do a select/deselect all function. Where I'm having issues is with a select some function. I am querying a database to come up with a list of companies. I then query the database to come up with individual names/email addresses associated with each company. (Individuals can appear under under multiple companies, and I need this to continue.) The checkbox name must remain the same from individual to individual.
What I want to happen: When I click on a name that appears multiple times, I want all related checkboxes to then be checked; also, if I uncheck one, all should then uncheck. What I've been trying: Each record for John Doe has the same id name (not a must, but I thought this would make it easier. Though I don't think it is necessary, I am including a snippet below:
by using alerts, and wathcing what IS occuring, I know that the first is being called, but the second isn't.
I did this once some years back, but I can't seem to rember how I did, it, and none of the example that I have located have helped, so can anyone point me in the right direction?
I have developed one project and in that i have taken two css now i want to add jquery effects in that, But my display is not properely adjusted and extra enlargement is done so how i can add jquery in my php project without affecting another effect? And one more thing where i can get the jquery effect codes?
I have the following code, however, I need to click twice on Change password for the dialog to open. I want the dialog to open when on a single click. I can`t understand why the dialog doesn`t open on a single click.
My site's working perfectly in the other browsers, and when I delete line 28 (see below) it works in IE but not exactly how I want. Is there a way to retain two jquery references on a single page in IE?
When the.slide-button-one(top 'Profile', 'Clients' or 'Contact' links) is clicked,#main-content-portfolio (white-background div) slides down and the display is set to none. This reveals#main-content-info (grey-background div).
Currently however, the display value of #main-content-portfolio is set to none BEFORE the slide. How can I switch this order of events?
scrolling multiple DIVs using a single controller. This is what I need done. I have 4 DIVs, ie. A, B, C & D. View the attached sample screenshot or click here to view it on the internet. I need both horizontal and vertical scrollbars that will move selected DIVs when scrolled.
Horizontal = DIVs A, C and D Vertical = DIVs B and C
I am getting to know jquery a little, and I am trying hide and show a div when a link is clicked.I have a page setup that has a flash video in a div on the main page. Then when a link is clicked, a lightbox window opens and plays another video. I am trying to get the video on the main page to hide while the lightbox video is playing. Then when a user closes the lightbox window, the div with the main video on the page is shown and starts playing again.So far I can get this to work with one link. But I cannot get the main video div to hide when a second link is clicked.
I am working on single form divided into multiple pages using <div id="">. I am using next and previous buttons <input type="button"> to navigate between these pages but I am unable to validate each page before moving to next page using next button.
I am displaying next page form by using "element.style.display = 'none' & element.style.display = 'block' " method.
How to with validation on the current page before moving to next page.
It doesn't appear to be possible to validate multiple forms on a pages that only has a single <form> tag, using the JQuery Validation Plugin offered by JÃ¶rn Zaefferer. The reason I need to do this is because my pages are created with ASP.NET whose architecture generally calls for a single page-wide <form> tag. In my designs, I'd like to submit my data using a custom ajax call to a web-method, and link it to a click event on a button.
Below is an example: <! DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTDXHTML1.0Transitional//EN" "[URL]" > < html xmlns = "[URL]" > .....
I'm not sure that I fully understand the documentation for the Validation plugin, but it doesn't seem like this is possible, as the plugin seems to need a <form> for each form.
I've many dynamic form on my current project. One if them have a two radio button, acting a little bit like tabs. If you select the first radio, the end of the form change to display the "branche #1", and if you select the second radio button, the end of the form change to display the "branche #2".
Let recap with dummy code:
And now I will have to make 3 validations:
1) The first one for the common field.
2) The second one, if buyer is selected.
3) The third one, if seller is selected.
So the code should look like:
But is seem that only my common fields get validated. How should I handle that situation ?
I'm new to jquery as you will soon find out. I have a number of divs with the same class applied to them and I want to be able to animate them separately as each one is clicked - right now clicking on one, affects the entire family of like-tagged. I think I might be going about this the wrong way or missing something.
I would like to create a plugin that I can put before a click event on a button. The click event should occur if the user's time on the page hasn't expired. The plugin should check the user's time, and then stop the click event if the time has expired. With the plugin, I'm essentially putting two click events on the same button, as I need to check the expiration when the button is clicked. The plugin is working on my test page, but I'm afraid that this is contingent on an arbitrary ordering of the click events by jQuery. If I have my click event chained after my plugin, can I be assured that the plugin would always stop the click event if the time is expired? Or could jQuery execute the click event before the time gets checked?
I am looking for a version of lightbox that would allow the user to click on a single reference image and when the "lightboxed" version appears a strip of thumbnails would be available at the top or bottom of that image. Thus, the user could navigate between images within the lightbox by clicking on a different thumbnail. If such beast exists a URL would appreciated. Extensive Googling hasn't turned up what I'm looking for at all.